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YWCA Cass Clay takes Stand Against Racism

FARGO - The YWCA Cass Clay is taking a Stand Against Racism today. The YWCA partnered with more than 75 local organizations and businesses to host educational events throughout the day advocating against racism. The events started at 9 a.m. when ...

FARGO - The YWCA Cass Clay is taking a Stand Against Racism today.

The YWCA partnered with more than 75 local organizations and businesses to host educational events throughout the day advocating against racism.

The events started at 9 a.m. when children at A Child's World day care in Fargo created a Harlem Shake video and discussed diversity. Eastwood Elementary third-graders in West Fargo also discussed diversity this morning.

Cheney Middle School sixth-graders will discuss stereotypes, prejudices and bullying with members of the Cass County Bar Association this afternoon, while Globe University students in Moorhead will sign a pledge against racism.

Stand Against Racism is a movement of the YWCA with the goal of bringing people together to raise awareness that racism still exists.

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Nationally, more than 100 YWCAs and thousands of participating sites have signed up for Stand Against Racism.

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